04 Jul 2018
In addition, you will find the participant service at the competition office where they will solve all your doubts. There you will be able to check your result and real time race tracking as well, thanks to Cronochip service.
As soon as you reach the finish line you will find a complete feed stations with sandwiches, nuts, fresh fruit such as bananas and oranges, Cuétara biscuits, water, Powerade, Aquarius and, at the last feed station, Coca-Cola. In addition, Ambar beer await for the post-race party.
Plate of food
At the end of each stage, Casa Mas will offer a plate of food for all the participants, being able to choose between a vegetable taboulé or a pasta salad. An area of post-race tables and chairs will be enabled to recover in better conditions.
Park your bike and tidy up
Once sated and fed, you have available a secure bike parking, bike wash area only 100 meters from the arrival area and toilets, showers and changing rooms only 300 meters away. The organization recommends leaving the bike at the parking and walking to the Paddock area.
In the morning, you can leave your belongings in the wardrobe, and park your vehicle at the entrance of Pola de Siero. The exit it will be much easier and more comfortable. Follow the indications enabled.
Other interesting services
You will also find bathrooms, a field hospital with a complete medical service, physiotherapy service and mechanical assistance MasQueBici. In addition, in the Expo Zone you will find many sponsor brands that will offer their products, promotions and additional services such as Compex, which will be located at the MMR stand to offer its 'Active Recovery' service to those who come.
On the last day, you can collect your Finisher medal and enjoy the end of the party.
09 Jul 2018
08 Jul 2018
Victor Manuel Fernández (Wolfbike) from Córdoba and Mónica Carrascosa from Asturias (Bikezona), have handled the advantage achieved in the three days of racing and have achieved the victory in EliteMen and Elite Women. The first edition of MMR Asturias Bike Race is already history. An edition in which the riders have overcome 180 km and 6.000 m of climbing in three days of racing. Three stages marked by the intensity of its route, the beauty of its landscapes and a guest: the mud, which has intensified the race’s epic.
07 Jul 2018
Pedro Romero from Extremadura (Extremadura-Ecopilas) has been the fastest to overcome the 73 km of today's stage. Mónica Carrascosa (Bikezona) and Rocío Gamonal (RG) both from Asturias have repeated victory in Elite and Master Women category, respectively.